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NPR News: One Student Tries To Help Others Escape A 'Corridor Of Shame'

One Student Tries To Help Others Escape A ‘Corridor Of Shame’
An unlikely leader rises in a poor, rural Southern school district.

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NPR News: One Student Tries To Help Others Escape A 'Corridor Of Shame'

One Student Tries To Help Others Escape A ‘Corridor Of Shame’
An unlikely leader rises in a poor, rural Southern school district.

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NPR News: Ethiopia Frees Bloggers But They Are Without Travel Documents

Ethiopia Frees Bloggers But They Are Without Travel Documents
Before President Obama’s visit to Ethiopia in 2015, 5 jailed bloggers and journalists were suddenly released from prison — a show of good faith to the American president. 10 more words

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NPR News: Judge To Rule On Contempt Charges Against Maricopa County Sheriff

Judge To Rule On Contempt Charges Against Maricopa County Sheriff
Sheriff Joe Arpaio was found in contempt for violating court orders related to a longstanding racial profiling lawsuit. 17 more words

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NPR News: Hearing Topic For Accused Sept. 11 Mastermind Shifts To Defendants' Rights

Hearing Topic For Accused Sept. 11 Mastermind Shifts To Defendants’ Rights
At Guantanamo Bay Cuba, the tribunals have shifted to an investigation of the defendants’ rights. 12 more words

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NPR News: Pros And Cons Of The Proposed Maine Woods National Park

Pros And Cons Of The Proposed Maine Woods National Park
A decades-long plan to establish a national park in Maine’s North Woods could receive a boost from the White House by the end of the year. 41 more words

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NPR News: U.S. Monitors Iran's Role In Helping Iraqi Fighters Take Back Fallujah

U.S. Monitors Iran’s Role In Helping Iraqi Fighters Take Back Fallujah
Iraq’s government forces have launched an operation to take back the city of Fallujah from Islamic State fighters. 40 more words

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